Search Engine Optimization
Search engine optimization or SEO, in short, is a set of rules for optimizing the website for search engines and improve your search engine rankings. It is a great way to increase the quality of your web site by making it user- friendly, faster, and easier to navigate. Today’s competitive market, SEO marketing is more important than ever.
Search engines serve millions of users per day, looking for answers to their questions or solutions to their problems. If you have a web site, blog, or online store, SEO can help your business grow and meet the business objectives.
We run remarkably successful (SEO) campaigns, using a unique blend of technical and talented expertise. Because millions of consumers are out there every day, searching the search engines, looking for products and services, it is necessary to apply SEO features to your website. Your SEO campaign will ramp up faster and start increasing your sales lead pipeline sooner improving revenue and your campaign ROI.
Our core search engine optimization services
- Content creation
- Keyword research
- build Title Tag, Meta Descriptions, H1 Tags, Alt Tags a customized SEO
- Off-site optimization
- On-site optimization
We explain these services in brief:
Content is a vital part of SEO because it’s the vehicle you use to reach and engage audiences. For instance, if you owned a nursery and wanted to increase your visibility, you might publish a series of blogs about gardening, choosing the right species of plants, growing tips, and more. When a person who wanted to know about gardening went looking for that information, your blog would come up, and you’d be able to build a relationship with that prospect by providing valuable information. When the time came for that prospect to buy a plant, for instance, you’d be the first nursery that came to mind. Today’s content must be educational but also interesting, relevant, engaging, and shareable. Content comes in a variety of forms, including:
Web page content, Videos, Blogs, Infographics, Podcasts, Social media posts, Local Listings, Keep up to date with all things digital
Long gone are the days when keywords were the only SEO technique that mattered, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still crucial. The difference is that today, keywords must be well-researched, carefully chosen, and judiciously used in your content to be effective. But what are keywords, exactly? Keywords are words and phrases that prospects use to find online content, and that brands can then use to connect with candidates who are looking for their products and services.
When researching keywords, it’s important to look for ones that have high search rates and low competition and to choose short-tail keywords (such as dog), long-tail keywords (such as terrier puppies for sale), and local keywords (such as puppies for sale in Boston) to work into your content. You can also use keywords to optimize all your titles, URLs, and other on-page SEO elements (more on that later).
To understand how headers work on a site, let’s consider a magazine or newspaper. The title of the article is usually larger and more pronounced than other words. It may be colored, bolded, underlined or have some other type of format quality that makes a header pop out. Whatever the case, this allows you to scan a page, and pick out the sections you want to read. An H1 header tag is similar. The H1 header tag is usually the most significant text on a page and serves as the leading title for that page’s content.
Off-page SEO involves external optimization practices that happen away from your site rather than on it. The main technique used for off-page SEO is backlink building since quality backlinks to your site from external sites tell search engines that your site is valuable and high-quality, and this builds authority.
There are many tactics to backlink building, and some of the current best practices include guest blogging, creating lots of infographics that will be highly shared, and mentioning influencers in your content.
Local SEO is becoming increasingly important as more and more people use mobile devices for search. These days, 57% of all searches are performed from tablets and smartphones, and half of those searches have local intent.
If you owned a restaurant, for instance, then local SEO would ensure that when people in your area went looking for the best restaurants in town, they’ll come across your site. Along with using local keywords, other local SEO best practices include claiming directory listings, creating location-specific pages for your site, and creating pages for your business on Google My Business, Google+, and Google Maps.
Why you need SEO
- Search Engines Deliver Up To 64% Of All Web Traffic
- SEO Can Deliver High-Value Leads
- SEO Inserts You Into The Buying Cycle
- Your Opportunities Are Expanding
- SEO Traffic Beats Paid Ads